Found on FindingSanctuary's journal... "In an article on the YBOP site I read yesterday that counting days might actually be counter productive - because it has you focus on something you actually want to avoid. So let's go beyond that mere counting, but use that magic spell that always inhabits a new beginning to start working the work. As that AA slogan goes: "Keep coming back: It works if you work it, so work it cause you're worth it." http://yourbrainonporn.com/tip-1-long-term-fapstronaut-define-your-bottom-lines by cwolfe1458 days Make a list: Bottom Lines (those things you will not do anymore) and Slippery Slope (Behaviors that are red flags and lead to you violating your Bottom Lines.) Until it is written down my addict brain will pretend it doesn't really exist. I have to write it down. TL/DR: Ambiguity is the enemy. Write down the specific behaviors you are not accepting in your life anymore and list the behaviors that lead you to do what you are trying to stop." Thanks FindingSanctuary, it's on my to do list.